Ben Butterworth writes for P3 Pharmacy on what pharmacy businesses need to know about energy regulations
Ben Butterworth, Associate, writes for P3 Pharmacy on what pharmacy businesses need to know about the Minimum Energy Efficiency Regulatons (MEES).
MEES have been in effect since March 2018. They set out the minimum Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating requirements for residential and commercial properties, including pharmacies.
The basic principle of the MEES is to stop landlords from letting ‘substandard’ properties – those deemed not suitably energy efficient for tenant occupation. Currently, the MEES only apply where a new lease is granted or renewed, but significantly, from April this year, the MEES will apply to all lettings – even ones already in existence.
Read the full article in P3 Pharmacy here.